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These days, most of the things we do on our PCs are done online. Naturally, it can be frustrating
when your connection speed is slower than molasses in January. Thankfully, there is an easy and
convenient way to optimize your Internet settings. You can use Internet Optimizer feature to
improve your network configurations and enjoy the best speed possible.
This tool has an automated feature that lets you apply Internet optimization tweaks by clicking a few intuitive buttons. On the other hand, if you want more control over network settings, then you may use Manual Internet Optimizer instead.
Now, if you’re up for the challenge of manually optimizing your Internet speed, you need to understand how it works. The first thing you must know is that speed has nothing to do with how fast the Internet functions. It is not synonymous to how many miles per hour your motorcycle or car can go. The speed of your Internet connection is essentially the bandwidth allocated to you.
The amount of data that can be delivered to you is what we refer to as ‘bandwidth’. Usually, it is measured in seconds. For instance, if your Internet Service Provider (ISP) allocates 5 Mbps to you, then you will receive up to 5 megabytes of data for every second.
To give you a better insight on how bandwidth works, let us use a freeway as an example. Let us say that the cars are the data delivered to you and they’re running at the same rate. So, if you want more cars on the freeway, you need to widen the road or add lanes to it.
The same is true for your data. If you want to get more data, you need to get a bigger bandwidth. In a way, a 1 Mbps connection is like a single-lane freeway where only one vehicle can pass through. So, if you are going to download a photo that is 5 MB in size, the process will take around five seconds to complete. On the other hand, if you have a 5 Mbps bandwidth, you can get the image in a second.
The point is, your connection seems to run faster only because more data can be sent to you at a time. Technically speaking, it is not operating at a higher speed—it is running more efficiently by delivering larger data within a short time.
Sometimes, you may notice that you are getting a lower bandwidth or speed than what was promised to you by your ISP. Well, there could be a number of reasons behind this, including the following:
The type of connection you have plays a crucial role in how fast your Internet will be. Keep in mind that some bandwidths cannot be increased or widened. To some extent, a DSL connection is a perfect example.
Alright, the easiest analogy for an Internet connection is indeed traffic on a freeway. Now, like a freeway, the Internet can also become congested. The more data (or vehicles) running through it, the more bandwidth (or lanes of a freeway) it will use. Eventually, all the bandwidth will be used, causing the data to take more time to get to you.
Usually, traffic congestion happens during peak hours when everyone goes home and logs onto the Internet. However, this can also occur when there are several people connected to your network.
Imagine a five-lane freeway that suddenly closed four lanes due to an accident. Of course, all the vehicles will be forced to bottleneck. Consequently, they will take longer to get to their destination. Now, the same is true for your equipment. It may not be configured optimally. On the other hand, it may be outdated and malfunctioning. These factors can affect how fast you receive your data.
If you are getting a lower speed than your allocated bandwidth, you can still optimize your network settings to enjoy a faster data transfer. As an advanced PC user, you can take advantage of Auslogics BoostSpeed’s Manual Internet Optimizer. This feature lets you gain full control over your network configuration. You will receive suggestions on how you can tweak the settings and optimize them for better speed. So, whether your Internet Explorer extension manager is overloaded with add-ons or you’re not getting the appropriate bandwidth from your ISP, Manual Internet Optimizer will help you solve the issue.
To use this utility, follow the steps below:
Keep in mind that Manual Internet Optimizer requires advanced PC skills. So, proceed with caution. Once the optimization process is complete, try checking your Internet speed again and see significant improvements. And if you need to optimize your system, we recommend you to use Auslogics BoostSpeed’s Optimize to get the best results.
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